Decade of Health
Recognizing the importance of personal awareness and responsibility for health and wellness, the Army National Guard has launched the Decade of Health, a focused series of annual health campaigns supporting Soldiers and Families in achieving healthy lifestyles that contribute to readiness and retention. These campaigns are sponsored by the ARNG Surgeon's office.
Military One Source
Multinational-Force Iraq official Web site
This Web site is specific to Operation Iraqi Freedom, maintained by forces serving there, for the express purpose of supporting the men and women serving there. Visit this site for timely and interesting news about the work and missions of our troops.
U.S. Army Wounded Warrior Program
Visit this Web site for important information and links to resources on jobs, finances, family assistance, veterans groups, etc.
Their help line is 1-800-237-1336.
Their stated mission: "We assist and advocate for our severely wounded, ill and injured Soldiers and their families. We support and advise during medical treatment, rehabilitation and transition back into the Army or a civilian community. We cut through red tape; assist our Soldiers and their families navigate federal, state and private benefit systems; and link them with selected financial, educational, employment, legal and medical resources. We serve as an advocate and change agent to implement lessons learned to adjust policy and increase the responsiveness and effectiveness of our medical and benefit systems."
Wounded Soldier and Family Support
This link will take you to an email address for the Wounded Soldier and Family Support center.
Hotline numbers: 1-800-984-8523 or Overseas DSN 312-421-3700; Stateside DSN 421-3700
The purpose of the hotline is two-fold: To offer wounded, injured, or ill Soldiers and their family members a way to share concerns on the quality of patient care, and to provide senior Army leaders with visibility on medically related issues so they can properly allocate resources to better serve Soldiers and families.
Last updated Thursday, September 09, 2010